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ferrari wants to replace an adhesive that can overheat. the car sells for $197,000. and, betty, if i paid that much money for a car, i certainly don't want it catching fire. >> what do you mean, you don't have a ferrari? we all have ferraris. >> i used to. >> you gave it up. >> yes. >> ashley, thank you, joining us live in new york. now to the middle east peace talks. it took nearly two years to bring them back together but thursday's face-to-face meeting in washington between the leaders of israel and palestinians went as well as anyone could have hoped.
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they agreed to meet again in two weeks. whit johnson has more. >> reporter: middle east peace envoy george mitchell told reporters israelis and palestinians made progress in their first day of talks. >> they will work to create an atmosphere of trust that will be conducive to reaching a final agreement. >> reporter: mitchell sat in as secretary of state hillary clinton moderated a fresh round of face-to-face discussions between israeli prime minister netanyahu and palestinian president muhammahmoud abbas. >> you are the leaders who can make this long, cherished dream a reality. >> reporter: both leaders hope they can create two separate states. they've agreed to meet again in the middle east. but the two are still far apart on the issues. >> translator: we call on the israeli government to move forward with its commitment to end all settlement activities and completely lift the embargo over the gaza strip. >> achieving security is a must.
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security is the foundation of peace. without it, peace will unravel. with it, peace can be stable. >> reporter: u.s. mediators wouldn't say whether those issues were brought up thursday. but everyone involved knows they'll have to be addressed before this conflict can come to an en. whit johnson, cbs news, the state department. just ahead -- a wildfire in san diego county forces evacuations. plus, shocking statistics on the use of taser guns by police. first, though, erica hill has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news". >> good fortune began for this man when he struck oil, or at least struck the oil company. steve hartman's tonight only on the "cbs evening news." it's almost tee-time... time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®.
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heading toward the star ranch, a historical attraction and a working ranch. more than 400 students were evacuated earlier from a nearby elementary school. six people had been indicted in the largest human trafficking case in the u.s. four people in the u.s. and two in thailand are accused of luring hundreds of workers with false promises of lucrative jobs in america. police say they were then forced to work on farms in hawaii, washington state and other locations. taser guns, they are supposed to be a nonlethal weapon. police can use to subdue a suspect. but since 2001 more than 400 people in the u.s. have died after being tasered. now a california man is suing the police. john blackstone reports. >> reporter: with a taser pointed at his chest, peter mcfarland did sit down. the 64-year-old had fallen at his home but refused to be taken to the hospital because he didn't have insurance. despite his wife's objections -- >> this is my problem. >> reporter: -- deputies kept the taser trained on him and
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ordered him to get in an ambulance. >> get your hands behind your back. >> [ bleep ]. >> get your hands behind your back. >> reporter: this is the latest incident to raise controversy over the use of tasers, which police departments claim can reduce injuries and fatalities. but a study of major u.s. cities found deaths in custody actually rise sharply, near six times, during the first year a department uses tasers. dr. byron lee led the study. >> 600% in that first year, yes. >> reporter: after the first year, in-custody deaths return to the same level before tasers were introduced. tasers are now used by some 12,000 law enforcement agencies. by 2008 a study by amnesty international showed in at least 35 states there were deaths after taser use. 55 in california, 52 in florida. experts say the risk of death increases when a person is shocked with a taser more than
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once. peter mcfarland was hit four times. >> what i saw in that video was a nonlife-threatening situation turned into a life-threatening one. >> reporter: mcfarland is now suing the marin county, california, sheriff's department, which says its deputies were following the law and department policy. john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco. well, straight ahead, your friday morning weather. in sports, a powerhouse start for ohio state in college football. te in college football. [ female announcer ] fact: the medicine in children's advil® is the #1 pediatrician recommended pain reliever for children. plus, children's advil® brings fever down faster than children's tylenol®. choose children's advil®. relief you can trust. when allergies make them itch, don't wait for your pills to kick in. choose alaway, from the eye health experts at bausch & lomb. it works in minutes and up to 12 hours.
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in the new red bottle of wisk. in stores now! here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. new york, sunny, 82. miami, thunderstorms, 92. chicago, sunny, windy, 70 degrees there. denver, 83 and sunny. l.a., it's a sunny 77. time for a check of the national forecast. the latest satellite picture shows clouds scattered across the ohio and mississippi valleys. much of the great plains is mainly clear. and a few clouds are scattered around the northwest. later today showers and across the mississippi and ohio valleys. southwest and northwest are mainly dry. hurricane earl, though, will bring strong gusty winds and heavy rain to the coasts of the mid-atlantic states. a pleasantly mild afternoon is in store for the northern plains. and a few scattered showers are
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likely along the gulf coast. in sports, some of college football's top teams were in action. ohio state, the second ranked team in the nation, got two touchdowns from running back brandon saine as the buckeyes' season got off to a fast start. ohio state rolled over marshall 45-7. and number 15, pittsburgh, was upset by utah. in overtime the utes decided to go on defense and intercepted a pass to get the ball, then utah kicked the winning field goal to beat pitt 27-24. in major league baseball, one extra inning game. in the 13th inning, gerald laird of detroit hit a solo home run into the bull pen in left center field in minnesota. that gave the tigers a 10-9 victory but the twins still lead the american league central division by 3 1/2 games. and chase utley of philadelphia hit a grand slam homer to cap a slugfest in colorado.
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the phillies' 12-11 win moves them within two games of atlanta in the national league east. when we return, another look at this morning's top stories. and the victim of a brutal acid attack speaks out, saying it could have been a lot worse. [ female announcer ] there's complete. and then there's most complete, like what you get from centrum ultra women's, the most complete multivitamin for women. it has vitamin d, which emerging science suggests supports breast health, and calcium for bone health. centrum ultra women's. can your moisturizer do that? [ female announcer ] dermatologist recommended aveeno has an oat formula, now proven to build a moisture reserve, so skin can replenish itself. that's healthy skin for life. only from aveeno. fancy feast created a wayhatlf. to celebrate any moment. fancy feast appetizers.
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on on the "cbs morning news," here's a look at today's weather. hurricane earl will bring gusty winds and heavy rain to the coasts of the mid-atlantic states. the rest of the northeast remains mainly dry. scattered thunderstorms will be popping up around the mississippi and ohio valleys. here's another look at this morning's top story. hurricane earl is churning in the atlantic off north carolina's outer banks. top winds are just over 100 miles per hour, but earl remains a dangerous storm.
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the victim of a bizarre acid attack is speaking out. the incident happened this week in washington state as jessica of our portland, oregon, station koin-tv reports. the woman says she can't be angry. >> god is watching over me. you know, he -- i believe in him that his hands are on me. i can't live the rest of my life like that, in fear. >> reporter: with bandages wrapped around her head bethany storro speaks publicly about a horrifying attack. monday at the park in vancouver, a woman approached her and asked, hey, pretty girl, do you want to drink this, before throwing acidic liquid on bethany's face. >> the most -- oh, you don't even know. it was the most painful thing. like i told everybody, my heart stopped. i almost passed out. i have all of these questions like, why? a dare? did somebody say, i dare you --
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like, why did you wake -- did you wake up that morning and go, i'm going to -- i'm going to carry some acid in a cup and throw on the first person that i see? >> reporter: her family and her faith are getting her through. >> listen, my little girl, and we're a strong-knit family that love each other very much. we'll get through this. we're not going to allow this to top our lives and we're going to go on. >> reporter: one miracle is bethany bought sunglasses 20 minutes before that attack. bethany is finding it in her heart to forgive. >> in time i'm going to forgive her because if i don't, then it's hard to move on with my life. so, that's the biggest -- like, it really is the biggest weapon for me to have, is to forgive her. >> you police are still searching for the woman who threw acid on storro. i'll have more on the attack later this morning on "the early show." turning now to some surprising news about your kitchen. one in seven u.s. homes would fail a health inspection like those gwynn to restaurants.
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a new study finds only 61% of home kitchens would get an "a" or "b" and at least 14% would fail. i'm betty nguyen. this is the "cbs morning news." "b". more coming up on "the early show." but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. that means working with communities. we have 19 centers in 4 states. we've made over 120,000 claims payments, more than $375 million. we've committed $20 billion to an independent claims fund to cover lost income until people impacted can get back to work. we'll keep looking for oil, cleaning it up if we find it and restoring the gulf coast. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here.
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bp is gonna be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal... until we make this right.
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noted scientist stephen hawking is facing criticism from religious leaders for his latest books. in excerpts from his newest book printed thursday, hawking says god is not needed for the creation of the universe. he says the big bang was a result of the inevitable laws of science, that physics can explain things without the need for a benevolent creator. today the archbishop of canterbury says physics alone will not settle the question of why there is something rather than nothing. in chicago it's something that young people can believe in. a group of performers is spreading a message of happiness through song. cynthia bowers reports. ♪
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>> reporter: rap music often earns its bad rep, but this group is giving rap a whole new spin. ♪ you got the power to change >> reporter: meet chicago's happiness club. >> our message is, we're spreading happiness. we are spreading good vibes all over. ♪ >> reporter: its 50 performers come from different races and neighborhoods. they range in age from 6-year-old dawn butler -- are you a singer? a dancer? >> i'm a dancer. >> reporter: to college junior alana. this has meant what to your life? >> i mean, it is my life. i'm one of the most positive people and that's definitely a result of being in the happiness club, for sure. >> reporter: 20-year-old edward taylor who grew up on chicago's south side at minutes he thought twice about joining a club called happiness. >> i like everything about it except for the name.
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so i was like -- >> reporter: was it a little too corny? >> yeah, it was. >> reporter: now he raps about believing in yourself -- ♪ i don't know why i got to be something i'm not ♪ >> reporter: and staying out of trouble. ♪ all my life i tried to be nice ♪ >> reporter: the happiness club writes all its own songs, has recorded a music video and performed at the white house christmas. but the real payoff for all this hard work comes offstage. over the last ten years every kid who has gone through this program has graduated and gone on to college. since 1992 400 kids have found happiness in this club. >> i'm not saying, hey, i'm happy all the time but just take the time to listen. you might learn something. >> reporter: they're mixing a good beat with lyrics to live by. cynthia bowers, cbs news, chicago. >> that made me happy.
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and if you've ever wondered what it's like to be a jockey, there is now jockey cam. oh, yeah. a small camera is attached to the jockey's helmet. the rider's eyeview shows the horse named quoted during a wild ride on wednesday in california. coming down the stretch, quoted takes the lead briefly and just misses the win by inches. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. hope you'll join us a little later for "the early show." hope you'll join us a little later for "the early show." i'm betty nguyen. -- captions by vitac --
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. new clues in the search for a missing man. they sent investigators to an east bay landfill.

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CBS September 3, 2010 3:35am-4:00am PST

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